Date: 12/26/00 11:26:14 AM Eastern Standard Time
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Barbara B.)
We've now had Daisy for one year. Remember we picked her up last Christmas Eve to surprise my children? Well, she's even more adorable and lovable than she was last Christmas! She has certainly made herself a huge part of our lives, even at a mere 14½ lbs. She is the center of attention all the time. We watched last year's video of her bouncing all over the place when the kids found her, and then "passing out" on the couch (after too much activity!) This year, she was in the middle of it all, ripping wrapping paper and still "bouncing all over the place" again.
Thank you very much for letting me have the world's most beautiful and sweetest dog!!!
Happy Holidays and Happy New Year.
|Subject: spoiled puppy reaches Jackson
Date: 12/19/00 12:45:40 AM Eastern Standard Time
From: RMWilli5649@msn.com (Richard Williams)
Sadee (the spoiled puppy) was wonderful on the long drive from your place to JFK (Int'l Airport), never leaving Pam's arms... she was quiet and never made a sound. She was really thirsty, so we got a bottle of water, and a man offered a tin lid to let us give her the drinks... he didn't even speak English! Many kids came and sat on the floor with Pam and Sadee. 'Got home and she was hungry, so she ate, growled at the cat and made our male (dog) Bo real nervous with her "bouncing around". We put her in the (SamsoniteTM) carrier for the nite, and never made a sound. I got up at 5 a.m., and she woke up. Pam took her out... the cold air "got her going", so Pam held her and got back into bed... she went to sleep instantly. 'Been all over the place, and won't leave Bo's "beard" alone... he follows her everywhere, and she is now "in charge" of the entire house! She has grabbed a dish towel as her "official tug towel and is presently "helping" Pam wrap X-mas gifts by carrying the wrapping paper back and forth. We love her, of course. The vet said she was fantastic, and now weighs 4 lbs. ... told us she was just perfect. He has a miniature schnauzer of his own, and wanted to know if Pam ever puts her down! Thanks so much for making Pam's X-mas so nice. It helps ease the pain of our loss of Tasha by having such a cute new (family) member here. Thanks Carol... we will send some pictures real soon.
Have a good one!!!
Pam and Dick
Date: 12/13/00 1:57:32 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: email@example.com (Michelle Hersh)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org (Carol)
There are so many things I could say about Callie, our wonderful 6-month-old Cockapoo that we got from you. Probably the thing that stands out most in my mind is how absolutely fantastic she is with my kids (ages 3,5 & 7). She bounds on all of them when each comes downstairs in the morning, and she leaps across the living room in the afternoon when she knows the bus is returning the two older ones from school. As for the three-year-old, Callie loves to play "chase"-games with her, and "hunts her down" when she has been naughty and looks at me as if to say "O.K., I got her for you, the rest of the discipline is up to you." How they all love one another! Callie has been getting much better-behaved, and improves almost daily. I have never seen such a sweet dog, and I have volunteered in three animal shelters and been around dogs all my life. I tell anyone who wants to get a dog to look at your website, because they will get the most healthy and happy dogs. You have been a great help with all the e-mail advice and friendship, regardless how much work you have, which I know is enormous. "Thank-you" just doesn't seem to "cover it", but I guess it will "have to do". I can't wait to get another dog from you in the Spring! Take Care.
Michelle, Craig, David, Micaela and Abby Hersh
Date: 12/09/00 8:38:22 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: lorrainefrom♦♠♥@♣♦♠.net (Lorraine S.)
I just had to write you and tell you about our "sweet Sugar". We are now in Florida, and every day Sugar and I go for a walk, and for some uknown reason she has decided to carry a sock whether it be mine or my husband's, she "parades" very proudly down the road with sock in mouth. She is being known as "the sock dog": Many of our neighbors can't wait to see what color she is carrying this day! We just love her and can't thank you enough for giving us the chance to get her. I keep telling my husband that she is a human that has come back as a dog, but I can't think of too many people that love me as much as we do.
Have a very Happy Holiday. Thanks again,
Chick and Lorraine S., Manchester, Vermont
Date: 9/24/00 7:49:39 PM Eastern Standard Time
Hello again Carol,
It is so nice to see that you still have our previous letter to you in your Testimonial Album, and I just wanted to say again that our little black and white Cockapoo, Bailey, has been the best thing that has happened to us (besides our grandchildren, of course...).
He is 15 months old now, and he has been a delight to both of us, and continues to amuse and befriend all who visit him. He is a terrific jumper, a licker, a close companion, and a "source of merriment" to our two grandchildren. We are happy that he is also very gentle with them, and waits anxiously for anything to fall from their highchair tray. ;-)
He is the perfect lap dog and full of affection. Training him has been much easier than I had expected and he always comes when we call him. He doesn't leave the yard, as he prefers to stay with us. Carol, I can't tell you enough how happy we are with him! What a wonderful "breed" of dog, and I could care less if he was a "registered breed" or not.
I wish you lots of luck and success with breeding these wonderful Cockapoos!
Barbara and Bob Henderson
|Subject: what a year!
Date: 09/01/2000 4:33:20 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: email@example.com (kay e ariel)
I hope all is well by you. I just wanted to take a minute to update you on Wembley's progress since he joined us almost one year ago. The "little black boy with slight tan markings" has grown into a strikingly handsome black and tan guy. (I think they call his coloring "phantom"?) He tops the scales at 15.5 lbs. I don't have a digital camera, but I will send a picture by "snail mail" just for fun. More to the point, I want you to know how far he has exceeded our greatest expectations for a pet. He is totally sweet, very bright and well-trained (training was a surprising breeze). He is a delight - affectionate, responsive and funny He gives us more pleasure than we ever imagined possible. I think of you often and fondly. There is no doubt in my mind that this little animal owes his nature to your careful breeding and care. Thank you so much! Is it true that Cockapoos are recognized as an AKC breed now? Do we care? Be well. Fondly, Kay Ariel
Date: 8/2/00 5:51:05 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: eng♦♠♥♣@direct.ca (Jim E.)
To: Angelwynd7@aol.com (Carol Bobrowsky)
Carol - Just an quick note to let you know that we have the BEST DOG in the entire Universe. We are thrilled with each other and he continues to grow and get smarter. He has already had his private tutor come to work with him since he missed "Kindergarten" and hopes to get into Puppy Training in full in the Fall. We are about to embark on our trip to our cottage in Ontario and Bear is organized with his "Sherpa" bag and will be able to be in the cabin with us. As soon as I get some prints of him I will send you one. He has a magnificient personality and works really well with the entire family. I haven't received any paper work yet - maybe there isn't any. We will keep you up to date on him and just want you to know that all of our friends and our Vet think that he is a real treasure!
All the best hope that your summer is going well.
Regards, Barbara E.
|Subject: our shobi
Date: 6/22/00 6:38:22 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (The Imbarrato Family)
I have been meaning to write to you for quite some time about our dog that we got from you last year. We came to you a short time after losing our beloved miniature schnauzer of 15 years. You had a beautiful litter of schnauzers from your own Heidi and we chose the only remaining male puppy and brought him home right after we returned from vacation. We named him "Shobi" and I must tell you he is just the best little dog (I'm sure you hear that from other people but he really is the BEST! He is full of love and personality. Everyone who meets him just loves him. His first visit to the vet had the vet asking me where we got such a nice little dog. Even the dog groomer said she would take this one home in a heartbeat, and she doesn't say that about many! Shobi is loyal and very loving. His favorite thing to do is to go outside and play with his squeaky ball. As a matter of fact all you have to do is say the words "squeaky ball" and nothing will stop him until he finds his ball - wherever it is in the house - and he brings it to you so you can take him outside to play. And boy, when we play ball, he gives it everything he's got chasing it down and bringing it right back to you so you can throw it again.
He and our cat are the best of friends (she is very toleranat!) although they got off to a bit of a rocky start. When we brought him home and he saw the cat he was so excited that he ran up to her and bit her tail, and she responded by giving him a good swat! Well, for a good week or two, he would run whenever he would see her but he eventually got braver, and the two of them are often seen sleeping side by side. The cat even "grooms" Shobi, which he tries his best to "tolerate", but then all of a sudden he can take it no more, and is off and running around and around in circles around her! She will just lay there and watch him with an occassional swat or chase and wait for him to poop himself out and then they lay down together again. Of course there are the times that the cat will be sleeping on her pet pillow minding her own business and in comes Shobi and grabs ahold of her pillow with his teeth and drags the pillow - cat and all - around the house!
I am so thankful to have this little guy as a member of our family. I do remember thinking when I put the deposit on him that I could never be fortunate enough to get another dog as wonderful as my first. Well, I have to tell you I have been truly blessed with two wonderful dogs in my life time, and I would recommend you to anyone looking for a schnauzer. Thank you for your expertise in breeding such lovable and wonderful little dogs.
Date: 6/4/00 4:53:46 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: Pam F.
I am so sorry that I have not had the chance to write you lately, we have been very busy. I just wanted to let you know Cookie was doing.
You know Carol, we cannot begin to thank you enough for allowing us to buy Cookie from you. She has definitely added so much to our family in such a short amount of time. I can't get over her wonderful personality. She lets my girls put her in their babydoll stroller and wheel her around like she was their baby. And John my husband walks her every night, as soon as he pulls her leash out she starts to wiggle all over. As far as her color, it is still "iffy" that brown and black is still mixed. Everyone including my vet says what a great dog we have and how it was well worth that long trip to get her.
Again, thank you and please know that if we ever want another puppy, you will most definitely be the first place we call.
Date: Sunday, June 4, 2000 at 20:45:40 Eastern Standard Time
From: Cheryl H.
My letter will sound so much like the others on the testimonial webpage. We know how lucky we were to have gotten "Tigger" and we are very happy. If you remember, we had to return to Binghamton, NY and then a few days later, go home to Virginia. I guess this was the best crate training (each child took turns sitting with him in the back of the van for the ride.) The first 2 nights were rough - I'm not used to getting woken at 3am and then 6am the next night. The third night, however, I put on a nightlight, and except for 2 other nights he has never woken us again in the middle of the night! We find that so amazing!! He goes to bed when we do at 10ish and he waits for the kids to come down anywheres from 7am - 9am (depending on weekday or weekend!)... this morning Chelsea couldn't stand it any longer and got him "up" at 9:30!!
He is playful, so loveable, and soooo smart! When he's running outside with Shaun and we need to catch him, I just point and say "stay" and to our amazement, he does! He's been doing this now for about a month! He's only 4 months old!! We get such enjoyment from watching him play - he acts like a cat - pouncing on toys - just like "Tigger". I can now understand why so many people with Cockapoos end up with more than one!
And for those people with allergies that are concerned about how they will react, I can only tell you my situation. My son and I are very allergic to dogs/animals. I thought a "non-shedding" dog was too good to be true, well, he is. I don't do ANY extra vacuuming, and he doesn't bother us AT ALL!! I think my husband and I lose more hair than Tigger does! When we brush him he'll lose some hair, but VERY, VERY little.
I take him to work with me sometimes, and all the customers LOVE HIM. They've all been told where to get a puppy if they decide. (Thank GOD we didn't go with a Bichon like we were thinking.)
We bathe him twice a week (due to a skin condition) and he just sits in the tub. After running in the mulch I hose him down while he's sitting on the trampoline - he just sits there patiently. We just love him to death!!! We thought the kids would lose interest after awhile, but that hasn't happened. They still fight over him, who gets to take him out, etc. We're doing "OK" on house training, but its getting better... my husband and I are "trained", but the kids aren't! We had planned on taking our new puppy to obedience training. After two weeks we realized our puppy was so smart that we didn't need to! He just amazes us.
Thank you so much for being in business, and please continue to raise such wonderful dogs!
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